Vincenzo Natali gained international recognition in 1997 with the surreal sci-fi thriller Cube. The film earned multiple Genie Award nominations, won the award for Best Canadian First Feature at the Toronto International Film Festival, and went on to become a cult classic. His film Splice, starring Sarah Polley and Adrien Brody, was the highest-grossing Canadian feature film in English in 2010 and was nominated for Best Science Fiction Film at the 37th Saturn Awards. Vincenzo is also a prolific television Director, helming critically-acclaimed episodes of Hannibal, American Gods, Westworld, Locke and Key, and more. His most recent work, in addition to Cabinet of Curiosities, is directing the pilot of the Amazon sci-fi series The Peripheral and is also an Executive Producer.
Sandy Pereira Reflects On Her Journey To Winning A Canadian Screen Award
DGC Ontario Picture Editor Sandy Pereira won her first Canadian Screen Award last week for Best Editing in a Television Movie or Mini-Series for Cardinal: Scott. Next week, she is up for a Canadian Cinema Editors award in the same category. We caught up with Sandy to ask about her win, why editing the award-winning Canadian thriller is a "dream job," and about her experience working with David Cronenberg's long-time Editor Ron Sanders.